In this guide we'll show you how to determine which folder to work with.
A home folder, also known as the domain's document root, is the main folder that contains all of the files for either a domain or a subdomain.
The home folder for your Main Domain name is your public_html folder. This means when someone visits your Main Domain, the server returns files that are located in the public_html folder.
The home folder for a Subdomain is a bit different. If your Subdomain is http://store.mydomain.com, then the document root folder would be public_html/store.
Addon Domain document roots are very similar to Subdomains. If there is an Addon Domain on your account, the main folder is also under the public_html folder. For example, if you have an Addon Domain named http://example2.com on your account, the document root would be public_html/example2.com.
The path to the specific folder within your account also depends on whether it's for the Main Domain, an Addon Domain, or a Subdomain. This table will help you understand how they work.